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Leader of Czech election to not create coalition with pro-Russian parties
09:08, 22 October 2017
Leader of Czech election to not create coalition with pro-Russian parties

According to iDnes, Andrej Babiš is not to ally with communist and far-right SPD

09:08, 22 October 2017

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Leader of political party ANO, which won in the parliamentary election in Czechia, said he wouldn’t negotiate on forming the government with pro-Russian parties that are also among the leaders on the election, the iDnes reports quoting the politician.

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It is worth pointing out that the iDnes is a part of the media holding Babiš owns. After the preliminary results of the election came in, he told the media he would work with all political powers, but this principle wouldn’t work on creating a parliamentary coalition. iDnes writes the ANO won’t ally with communist and far-right SPD.

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SPD got 10.64% of votes at the election, while the communists received 7.76%. These two parties are openly pro-Russian.

“We are a party for everyone, but we are a pro-European party,” the leader of the winning party emphasized. He also said that we shouldn’t expect a pro-Russian government and asked to “stop being afraid, that the Czech Republic will shift towards the East”.

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